Havryliuke church of the Sacred Heart constructed 1928, 6 miles south-east of Prud’homme; R.M. 372.

(or Prud’homme “Kolo Havry-liukiv” — The church of the Sacred Heart is the first church of the parish.

The church was constructed in 1928 on a three acre site six miles south-east of Prud’homme near Hwy. No. 2. The first Divine Liturgy in the church was celebrated by Rev. Stephen Fedoronko. Archbishop Basil Ladyka blessed the church in 1928; Bishop Andrew Roborecki visited the parish on several occasions and served a Pontifical Moleben in the church on October 28, 1972.

The church is a wood constructed rectangular structure with a shingled gable roof and a centrally located blind cupola. The dimensions of the church are 40 x 18 feet which makes this church one of the smallest in the Eparchy. Asphalt siding material covers the exterior walls of the church which have rectangular windows with semicircular summits. In the interior the elevated sanctuary contains the main altar and has two adjoining sacristies. Directly behind the main altar hangs a large oil on canvas painting of the church patron which was painted in 1942 by Stepan Meush. On corresponding sides of the sanctuary and facing the nave are glass mounted oil prints of the Holy Mother of God and St. Nicholas. Directly opposite the sanctuary and above the west end of the nave is the choir loft; it can be reached by a stairway at the south wall of the nave. The church has a wooden floor which is carpeted at the center aisle and in the sanctuary area, an angulated ceiling above the nave and a vaulted ceiling above the sanctuary. Both the walls and ceiling are finished in narrow wood (V-joint) siding. The church contains wooden pews seating approx. 30 persons. Lighting is by candles with the assistance of a centrally located chandelier. Heating is accomplished by a wood burning iron stove. The church was constructed by the faithful through their financial contributions and voluntary labour. Construction was directed by Vasyi’ Zadoronzny and Nykola Havryliuk (Hawryliuk). The three acre church and cemetery site was donated by Nykola Hawryliuk whence came the adopted name for the parish. Earlier the site contained a bell mounted on posts; the bell is now missing from the site. East of the church, in continuation of church property, is the parish cemetery.

Ukrainian settlers arrived in this area in 1910 from the Borshchiv county. The founders of the parish were: Ivan, Yosyf and Franko Tompolski, Ivan Bodnar, Anton Bidulka, Maksym Perozuk, Nykola Hawryliuk and Hryhoriy Wandzura. In 1941 the parish registered 7 members with 22 children (Prop. Knyha), in 1961, 19 souls (Directory), and in 1975 there were 20 individual members. In 1976 the parish was under the directorship of: Rev. Lubomyr Ramach, acting pastor, Anton Bidulka, Frank Bidulka, Edward Perozuk, Justina Perozuk and Joanne Bidulka.

The Ukrainian Catholic parish of the Sacred Heart, Havryliuky, is under the pastoral charge of Vonda.

Update 2003

As of the year 2000 we have given our church a complete paint job inside.  We also have the way of the cross on our walls, and we have a new gate in front of the church.  On one side of the gate it reads the name of our church (Sacred Heart of Jesus), on the other side (Ukrainian Catholic Church).  This gate faces the number 2 highway.  There are flowers planted in the two outside corners of the church and by the gate.  The gate was blessed on July 31, 2000 by Rev. Frank Szadiak, C.Ss.R. and Rev. Deacon Ray Lalach.

On July 31, 2000 the parish gathered on a beautiful afternoon to celebrate the 72nd anniversary of the founding of the parish.  This was a joyous day celebrating the history of the parish as well as the present day life of the parish.    In the year 2003 we still have one of our founding members as a member.  Mrs. Josephine Perozuk is 97 years old, but lives in Calgary, Alberta.

We are very proud and love our little church very much.  Our church is being served by Deacon Ray Lalach for the past four and a half years.

Sacred Heart of Jesus (Hawryluke)

Ukrainian settlers arrived in this area, south-east ofPrud’homme, in 1910 from the Borschiw county. In 1927 Nicholas Hawryliuk, a local farmer, and his wife donated the three-acre site along what would become Highway No. 2. Nicholas and the other founding members, Ivan, Yosyfand Franko Tompolski, Ivan Bodnar, Anton Bidulka, Maksym Perozuk and Hryhoriy Wandzura and their families donated their time, hard work, materials and money to build the church in 1928.

The church is a wood constructed rectangular structure with a shingled gable roof and a centrally located blind cupola. Dimensions of40’x 18′ make the church one of the smallest of the Eparchy. Inside, directly behind the main altar, hangs a large oil on canvas painting of the church patron painted in 1942 by Stepan Meush. The church contains wooden pews seating approximately 60 persons. Lighting is by candles and centrally located candle chandelier. Heating is by a wood-burning iron stove.

The first Divine Liturgy in the church was celebrated by Reverend Stephen Fedoronko. Archbishop Basil Ladyka blessed the church in 1928. A Pontifical Moleben was held in the church in 1972 by Bishop Andrew Roborecki. Over the years Sacred Heart of Jesus (Hawryluke), nestled on its grassy plot along Highway No. 2, has been the scene of weddings, funerals, baptisms, first communions, renewal of vows, blessing of water and food, candlelit services celebrating the Way of the Cross, prayers of the faithful, happy times and sad. In 1999 the church was designated a Municipal Heritage Property under the Heritage Property Act.

Havryliuke Sacred Heart Church

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Bulletins for Saskatoon District Parishes

Liturgical Schedule - Saskatoon & District Parishes - May to October 2017

Saskatoon Dormition and District Parishes Information

Ukrainian Catholic Parish of the
Dormition of the Blessed Mother of God

120 - 105th Street
Saskatoon, SK   S7N 1N2
Tel: (306) 652-4837
Fax: (306) 374-4235
E-Mail: admin.ducc@sasktel.net
Website: www.dormitionsaskatoon.ca

District Parishes
Sacred Heart Hawruliuke
Sacred Heart – Vonda
St. John the Baptist – Smuts
St. John the Evangelist – Prud’homme
Ss. Peter & Paul – Bodnari
Ss. Peter & Paul – Borshchiw
St. Volodymyr – Laniwci

 


Saskatoon Protopresbyterate (Deanery)
Kolosnjaji, Very Rev. Janko,  Vicar General, Chancellor, Dean Saskatoon, St. George's Cathedral   210 Avenue M South, Saskatoon, SK S7M 2K4;  306-664-3459 (Office); 306-244-2604 (Res); Cell: 306-370-2866 
E-mail: chan.skeparchy@sasktel.net
Yamniuk, Deacon Myron
306-374-4535
 
Saskatoon Redemptorist Fathers
Saskatoon, Ss. Peter and Paul 10th Street East and Munroe Ave. 306-343-0033 (Church Auditorium); (Res) 1202-11th Street East, Saskatoon, SK  S7H 0G3
306-343-6516 Email: sspp@sasktel.net
Smolinski, Rev. Michael, C.Ss.R., Pastor
Malkov, Rev. Leonid, C.Ss.R. 
 
Nahachewsky, Deacon Thomas
 
Lalach, Rev. Andre, Vice-Chancellor, Vice-Dean Saskatoon, Dormition of the Blessed Mother of God 
120-105th Street West, Saskatoon, SK S7N 1N2 306-652-4837 (Church); 306-477-1704 (Res)
Email: alalach@sasktel.net
 
 
 
List of Parishes

Albertown - Ss. Peter and Paul

Alticane - St.John the Baptist

Alvena Farms - Assumption of the BVM (closed)

Alvena Town - St. Michael

Antonivka - Assumption of the BVM (closed)

Arran - St. John the Baptist

Arran-Vesna -Ss. Peter and Paul

Balcarres - Holy Eucharist (closed)

Bankend - Ascension of Our Lord (closed)

Beaver Dale - Assumption of the BVM

Beckenham -Transfiguration of Our Lord (closed)

Bedfordville - St. Nicholas (closed)

Bienfait - Ss. Peter and Paul

Biggar - Sacred Heart (closed)

Birmingham - St. Paraskevia (closed)

Blaine Lake - Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Bobulynci - Transfiguration of Our Lord (closed)

Bodnari - Ss. Peter and Paul

Borshchiv - Ss. Peter and Paul

Broadview - Assumption of the BVM

Brooksby - St. Nicholas (closed)

Bruno - Assumption of the BVM (closed)

Bruno Farms - Holy Trinity (closed)

Buchach - Patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary (closed)

Buchanan - Holy Ghost (closed)

Calder - Assumption of the BVM

Candiac - Holy Spirit

Canora - Ss. Peter and Paul

Carpenter - Ascension of Our Lord (closed)

Cecil - Holy Trinity

Chaplin-Thunder Creek - Ss. Peter and Paul

Chekhiv - Descent of the Holy Spirit (closed)

Cudworth Farms -Transfiguration of Our Lord (closed)

Cudworth - Our Lady of Sorrows Shrine

Cudworth Town - Holy Eucharist

Dana - St. John the Baptist (closed)

Dobrowody - Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Dnipro (Dnieper) - Transfiguration of Our Lord (closed)

Dysart - Holy Eucharist (closed)

Erwood - Blessed Virgin Mary of Succour (closed)

Estevan - Assumption of the BVM

Fenwood - Ss. Peter and Paul

Foam Lake - Holy Eucharist

Fosston - St. John the Baptist (closed)

Glen Elder - Danbury - Holy Eucharist (closed)

Glentworth - Assumption of the BVM

Goodeve Farms - Holy Trinity (closed)

Goodeve Town - St. Michael

Grenfell - Ss. Peter and Paul

Gronlid - St. Michael (closed)

Guernsey - Holy Eucharist (closed)

Hafford - Holy Eucharist

Havryliuke (Prud'homme) - Sacred Heart

Hazel Dell - Ss. Peter and Paul (closed)

High Tor - Sacred Heart (closed)

Hodgeville - Ss. Peter and Paul

Holar - St. Demetrius

Hryhoriv - St. Demetrius (closed)

Hubbard - Holy Spirit (closed)

Hubbard - Exaltation of the Holy Cross

Hudson Bay - Holy Eucharis t (closed & sold)

Humboldt- All Saints

Hyas Village - Descent of the Holy Spirit

Insinger Farms - Ss. Peter and Paul (closed)

Insinger - St. Nicholas

Invermay - Ss. Vladimir and Olga

Ituna - Sacred Heart

Jaroslaw - Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (closed)

Jasmin-Doroshi - Immaculate Conception (closed)

Jasmin - Ss. Peter and Paul (closed)

Jedburgh Village - Ss. Peter and Paul (closed)

Kamsack - St.Josaphat

Kelliher - Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (closed)

Kelliher - St.Volodymr

Kindersley - St.John the Baptist (closed)

Kipling - Presentation of the BVM (closed)

Kovalivka-Tiny - Transfigurartion of our Lord (closed)

Krasne - St. John the Apostle

Krydor - Sacred Heart

Kulykiv - Holy Eucharist (closed)

Kuroki - Ss. Peter and Paul

Kyziv-Tiaziv - St. Demetrius (closed)

Lanigan Farms - Sacred Heart

Laniwci - Ascension of our Lord

Lipton-Herzel - Dormition of BVM (closed)

Macdowall - Descent of the Holy Spirit (closed)

Major - Patronage of the BVM (closed)

Mamornitz - Virgin of Sorrows Ruthenian Church (closed)

Maybridge - St. Nicholas (closed)

Meacham - Ascension (closed)

Meadow Lake - St. Catherine (closed & sold)

Meath Park-Janow Corners - Assumption of the BVM (closed)

Melfort - Holy Spirit

Melville - St.George's

Model Farm - Patronage of the BVM

Montmartre - Ss. Peter and Paul

Moose Jaw - Assumption of the BVM

Nipawin farms - Ascension (closed)

Nipawin town - All Saints

Nora - Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ (closed)

Norquay - Sacred Heart

Norquay Farms - Holy Trinity (closed)

North Battleford - All Saints

Nora - Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ (closed)

Olesha - Sacred Heart of Jesus (closed)

Ormside-Ss. Vladimir and Olga (closed)

Orolow - Descent of the Holy Spirit

Parkerview - St. Nicholas (closed)

Pelly-Holy Eucharist (closed)

Peterson - Descent of the Holy Spirit (closed)

Plain View - Descent of the Holy Spirit (closed)

Podillia - Ss. Peter and Paul Cemetery - (No Church-closed)

Ponass Lake - St. Michael the Archangel (closed)

Porcupine Plain - Ss. Peter and Pau (closed & sold)

Preeceville - Transfiguration of Our Lord Jesus Christ

Prince Albert - St. George

Prud'homme - St. John the Theologian

Radisson - Patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Rama - Saints Peter and Paul

Regina - St. Athanasius

Regina - St. Basil the Great

Roadside Chapel near Rosthern

Rose Valley - Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (closed)

Rosthern - Holy Apostles SS. Peter and Paul

Rosthern Farms - Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (closed)

Rosthern Farms-Adamivka - Descent of the Holy Spirit (closed)

Runnymede - Ss. Vladimir and Olga (closed)

Samburg - St. John the Baptist (closed)

Saskatoon - Dormition of the Most Holy Mother of God

Saskatoon - Ss. Peter & Paul

Saskatoon - St. George's Cathedral

Saskatoon - St. Volodymyr Villa Chapel

Sheho Farms - Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (closed)

Sheho Village - Christ the King

Shipman Rural - Ss. Peter and Paul (closed)

Sich - St. Michael's (closed)

Smuts - St. John the Baptist

Sokal - Holy Trinity(closed)

Speers - Ss. Peter and Paul

St. Julien - Patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Pokrov) (closed)

St. Philip's - Assumption of the B.V.M. (closed)

Stenen - St. Nicholas (closed)

Stornoway Cemetery (closed-no church)

Stove Creek - St. Elias (closed)

Swan Plain - Ascension

Swift Current - St. John the Baptist

Tadmore - St. John the Baptist (closed)

Thunder Creek - Ss. Peter and Paul

Tribune - Holy Family

Tuffnell Village - Holy Trinity (closed)

Tway Farms - St. Paraskevia (closed)

Tway Town - Ss. Peter and Paul

Uhryniv - St. Nicholas (closed)

Ukrainian Park - Pike Lake - St. Volodymyr

Vasyliw - Ss. Constantine and Helena (closed)

Verigin - St. Nicholas (closed)

Vonda - Sacred Heart

Wadena - Descent of the Holy Spirt

Wakaw - Sacred Heart

Watrous - Holy Mother of God

Watson - St. George (closed)

Weekes - St. Nicholas (closed)

Welechko - Presenation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (closed)

Weyburn - Holy Trinity

Whitebeech - Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (closed)

Whitesand - Patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Whitkow - Ascension of Our Lord (closed)

Willowbrook - Protection of the Blessed Virgin Mary (closed)

Wishart Farms - St. Michael the Archangel (closed)

Wishart Town - Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Wolverine - Patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary (closed)

Wroxton-Farms - Ss. Vladimir and Olga (closed)

Wroxton-Village - Ss. Peter and Paul (closed)

Wynyard - Sacred Heart

Yellow Creek - Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (closed)

Yorkton - Our Lady of Perpetual Help (St. Mary's)

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